Michigan Football, Spring Game

Takeaways from Michigan’s Spring Game

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Michigan’s Spring Game is always a tease, especially when fans are waiting to see which fresh faces will fill major roles on the Wolverines’ roster this fall.  Instant takeaway? Jim Harbaugh likes to keep the Spring Game competitive, and he knows how to keep the fanbase engaged. While we may still have a number of questions about the 2017 roster, many guys stepped up proving […]

Four Takeaways from Jim Harbaugh’s Second Season at Michigan

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Year two is in the books for Jim Harbaugh at Michigan. What’s his next step as the head honcho for the Wolverines? 10 wins, 3 losses. In back-to-back seasons, the Michigan Wolverines finished the season 10-3. In year one, the record was celebrated. Michigan lost early to Utah on the road, watched Michigan State do the improbable and got beat down by Ohio State in the second […]

Harbaugh’s Heroes: Week Thirteen

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The Michigan Wolverines dropped to 10-2 (7-2 Big Ten) with a 30-27 2OT loss to Ohio State (11-1, 8-1 Big Ten) on Saturday afternoon. This game was gold from start to finish. It featured two of the nations top offenses, as well as two top defenses. Ohio State had the opportunity to put points on the board first, but senior kicker, Tyler Durbin missed a […]

An Unscripted Season: Michigan Football 2016

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We all know what happened on Saturday in Columbus. We all know Jim Harbaugh was “bitterly disappointed” at the officiating in the game. We all know Michigan needs a lot of help to sneak into the College Football Playoff. We know it wasn’t supposed to end like this. 2016 was supposed to be the year Harbaugh and the boys changed the game. “The Revenge Tour” […]

Harbaugh’s Heroes: Week Twelve

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The Michigan Wolverines improved to 10-1 (7-1 Big Ten) with a 20-10 victory over Indiana (5-6, 3-5 Big Ten) on Saturday afternoon. The win matched the Wolverines season win total from a year ago. This one was a nail bitter for most of the afternoon. The Wolverines were held to just 111 first half yards, and just three total points. They trailed the Hoosiers 7-3 […]

9-1 But They Aren’t Done: A Pump Up Column To The Team

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Sunday, Nov. 13, 2016. 1:08 a.m. Saturday Night Live just ended, and I am beat. It’s been a long afternoon, and night, of college football, and my life in general. My headache is beginning to decay as the night slowly dies down and I begin to gather my thoughts on Michigan’s 14-13 loss at Iowa, a place the Wolverines still haven’t won at since 2005. […]

Harbaugh’s Heroes: Week Ten

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The Michigan Wolverines improved to 9-0 (6-0 Big Ten) with a 59-3 victory over Maryland (5-4, 2-4 Big Ten) on Saturday afternoon. The win matched the Wolverines regular season win total from a year ago. The Wolverines pretty much dominated this one from the opening kickoff. Michigan got started early, when Wilton Speight found Amara Darboh for a 34-yard touchdown, just five minutes into the […]

Straight Outta Compton: A Look At Maryland

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A new week brings a new matchup, which brings a new opportunity for Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan Wolverines. This week, Michigan is back home for a contest with Maryland. Let’s take a look at the Terrapins:  Maryland Terrapins Overall Record: 5-3 (2-3 Big Ten) Head Coach: D.J. Durkin (1st season) Key Wins: UCF, Michigan State Key Losses: Penn State, Indiana Key Players: Perry Hills (QB), […]

Thoughts During Michigan’s Bye Week

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Von Lozon, Assistant Manager for TBHR, can’t help but share some thoughts during Michigan’s bye week. A weekend without UM football is a sad one to say the least, so he has some things on his mind that can’t be left unsaid.  After a 78-0 blowout at Rutgers last Saturday, things are looking reaaaal good for Jim Harbaugh and Co. ESPN should have put out […]

Finley’s Final Analysis: Michigan at Rutgers

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The Michigan football team will hit the road for the first time this season, as they enter New Jersey to face the Rutgers Scarlet Knights. The last time they were in High Point Solutions stadium, the Wolverines suffered a tough loss, dropping 26-24.  The outcome should be much different this time around. Michigan is going in a totally different direction now, reestablishing itself as a national […]